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Movie Review: I, TONYA (2017)

Article by: Josh Bradley   There’s a brief scene late in I, Tonya as Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) prepares her makeup before her first free skate at the Lillehammer Olympics in 1994, and it’s incredible. In it, Harding grits her teeth to aggressively apply dark red makeup, her demeanor and chosen color both

Movies: 7 Reasons To See MOLLY’S GAME

Image courtesy of STX Films   Despite its popularity, poker hasn’t been the most common topic of movies, and films that featured it aren’t known for their box office success. For instance, titles like Deal (2008) and The Grand (2007) had at best, a lukewarm reception in cinemas. Runner Runner (2013) fared

Movie Review: Justice League (2017)

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   When it comes to the DCEU, it would be an understatement to say that, outside of Wonder Woman, it’s had a tumultuous journey to get to the release of Justice League. All the big name DC superheroes are finally together, and with plenty of action, excitment and

Movie Review: Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   By this point we’re all familiar with Marvel and its prime position on all things superhero. With plenty of films and a number of TV shows there’s also a question as to whether it can keep surprising audiences, or if it will fall into a tried and

Shining A Light On: Starter For Ten

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   Between the thousands of movies released each year reside the forgotten ones, films of quality who may never see the light again. In this column I will attempt to find some of these hidden gems and explain why they deserve their day in the sun.   Movie: Starter

Movie Review: BLADE RUNNER 2049

Article by: Josh Bradley   One of the most fascinating aspects of Ridley Scott’s original Blade Runner (1982) — and, I think, one of the reasons the movie has endured — is its exploration of what it means to be human. If replicants (bioengineered androids virtually identical to humans created for slave

[Fantastic Fest] Movie Review: 78/52

Article by: J.C. De Leon   There's an almost infinite number of iconic films, ranging from all ends of the spectrum. There are, however, a fewer number of iconic scenes or moments in film, but those out there often outweigh the entirety of the film itself. Think about Alec Baldwin’s speech in

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